This first one is from the archives. In my neighborhood, this person hangs a feeder in their front yard. Kind of cool, because I can see the birds when I walk by.This next one was in my neighborhood as well. There are many squirrels, and some are more wild than others. One of my friends feeds her backyard squirrel and has named her ChiChi.There were quite a few wild turkeys out this week when I went looking for animals.The goslings are just starting to hatch at my work, and I bring my camera in just to catch the action.As you can see, this is a very busy street, and I was admonishing the mom goose for letting her goslings so close to the road. I think B&B had stated something about how wild animals survive in our towns, and with acts like this, these goslings may not live the week!I found a new neighborhood called The Preserve, which is ironic as it is built among the beautiful rolling hills. I shot the flock of turkeys there, as well as the next two. I was driving in front of some houses, and there on the opposite side of the road - a doe!When I got out of the car to shoot the turkeys, I spied this little blue belly lizard, missing a part of his tail. We used to catch these as kids, and you can put them to sleep by rubbing their bellies, which have blue on either side. And their tails grow back.
Happy Weekend all!